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Hydra is the jewel of the Saronic Gulf with rich tradition and culture that is highlighted particularly during the summer. Its well-preserved architecture is concentrated in the main town and attracts hundreds of visitors from Europe. The island became cosmopolitan in the mid-1960s as it was the favorite retreat of many renowned Greek and international artists, often being characterized as a place of inspiration for artists.
The few settlements of Hydra are more traditional and tranquil. Beautiful houses separated by narrow alleys, small beaches with crystalline waters and gorgeous hilly spots comprise the idyllic scenery of Hydra.

Where is Hydra?
Hydra is located between the Saronic and the Argolic Gulf, opposite the area of Metochi in the Peloponnese. Its distance from Athens is 37 nautical miles (68 kilometers). Visitors can reach Hydra from both Athens and the Peloponnese. Ferry itineraries to Hydra from the port of Piraeus are daily, yet during the high season, they exceed 10 per day. 
The island's area is 65 square kilometers. Its length is around 20 kilometers and its highest peak is Eros (approx. 590 meters).

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